Climate Change: Building Community Must Move to the Front Line

As global weather becomes more extreme, the threat that climate change poses for our communities is no longer theoretical. In Colorado, we are seeing direct and measurable impacts in the following areas, most of which we probably have heard mentioned and can relate to: snow, pine beetle, water, alpine wildlife (the American pika could become the first animal in the continental U.S. listed under the Endangered Species Act because of climate change), large mammals and wildflowers.

Building Dialogue

October 14, 2019

Considerations for operations during renovations

Amy Dvorak, Associate AIACommunications manager, Treanor HL Hospitals are complex. Renovating hospitals is even more complex. Take into consideration existing medical systems, heat loads and major utility shutoffs – not to mention the utmost priority that is patient care – in a dust-free, soundfree environment that seamlessly continues uninterrupted patient care. To do it well…

Jennifer Hayes

October 13, 2019

Petrie Partners: EUA Designs Workplace, Regional HQ

Petrie Partners, a boutique wealth management firm for the oil, gas and energy sectors, enlisted EUA’s expertise to design its new regional headquarters in downtown Denver’s newest high-rise.

Building Dialogue

October 7, 2019

Collaborate to create communities within buildings

There’s no denying that Denver’s commercial real estate market is hot. Owners of existing office buildings are facing tough competition on several fronts. The last four years have seen impressive levels

CREJ

October 7, 2019

Preventative care lowers mechanical costs

Extending building life, keeping costs low and reducing downtime – these are just some of the benefits you will receive when properly maintaining your mechanical systems within your facility. Whether it’s 100

CREJ

October 6, 2019

Help wanted: Career opportunities in property services engineering

Commercial property managers in Denver already face fierce competition to hire building services engineers from a limited pool of qualified talent. Employment is essentially full, with the unemployment

CREJ

September 30, 2019

Approaching flex space as a property manager

It’s clear that flexible space is playing an increasing role in the evolution of real estate and won’t be going away anytime soon. Our research predicts that while flexible space currently accounts for less than 5%

CREJ

September 30, 2019

Achieving Construction Excellence with an Athlete’s Mindset

From the time of award, GE Johnson, the project team and I have understood the significance of building the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum as it will honor the very best: our nation’s Olympic and Paralympic athletes.

Building Dialogue

September 29, 2019

Guidelines to help with the upcoming budget season

For some, budgets are the biggest dread of the year. Others may ask why bother and, believe it or not, some just don’t. Each property owner has his specific reasons and needs when it comes to budgets.

CREJ

September 29, 2019

Public Safety Facilities Designed for Officer Wellness, Community Connection

The new Englewood Police Headquarters in Englewood explores the need for a mission-oriented facility that is designed to reduce officer stress, improve safety, and operational efficiency. Additionally, the design places a focus on building a strong connection with the community with spaces designed to encourage positive interaction between police officers and visitors.

Building Dialogue

September 23, 2019